DAILY VOID, THE / 0 VOIDS, THE: Split: 7"

Dec 30, 2008

Wow! This is a really good split record. The Daily Void are art damaged post punk with minimal rhythms, creaking and distorted guitars, and a bass that moves it all forward. The vocals have an effect on them—something I usually detest—but here it works. “D.G.W. #2” is the song of this side, while “Untitled #1” is the disjointed instrumental. The Daily Void reside in a world somewhere between Metal Urbain and Chrome. 0 Voids are slightly more traditional post punk. The songs have a dark side and are catchy at the same time. I really like the guitar tone these guys have. Totally pulls you in and creates the mood. A little melancholy and gray. “Scratch Test” is short and quick, while “Remote Control” is a bit longer. Hope to hear more from both these bands.

 –M.Avrg (DHRR)

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